“It’s time to grow up and go to school” was the last sentence I heard sixteen years ago from my mother before leaving my home of memories, my mother’s bank. I never wanted to leave that majestic place but I had to do so because of education.
“Never place all of your eggs into one basket.”. My caring mother engraved this quote into my brain throughout my childhood. It has had a trickling effect on my life and has caused me to become relentless in my quest of becoming a well-rounded individual.
Throughout history, economics has experienced momentous changes. From the Archaic periods of Globalisation up to the more recent dot-com bubble, much has changed about the world economy.
Architecture is a complex and articulated process that ultimately has an impact on us all in some way or another. It does not exist for its own sake but instead must address social, environmental and economic objectives.
For me politics is like a heated chess game, every move is calculated and concise, and one’s strategy ever changing. I love the back and forth of modern politics, and admire charismatic politicians and leaders, who unite millions of people under their ideals in order to create meaningful change.
In order to conserve and maintain our presence as part of a civilization, we humans often depend on education where it is within our nature to have immeasurable and endless inquisitiveness.
Growing up in the eastern shore of Patagonia, meters away from the South Atlantic, I developed a life-long fascination with the ocean. My childhood has played a determinant role in my interest in Oceanography which has eventually turned into my career.
Everything in life has the ability to be improved. Whether it’s to help the environment, the function or even someone’s quality of life. From a young age, I have always been known by my friends and family as an expert in these analytical thoughts, and I have always been passionate in coming up with solutions to these problems.